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By tonie972, Senior Member on 23rd August 2010, 04:48 PM
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I accidentally deleted the calendar using Titanium backup and now I can't access the calendar. Any one has the calendar.apk or is there another alternative way for better calendar?
 
 
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here's how to install the stock android calendar

forum.xda-developers. com/showpost.php?p=7489494&postcount=69

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Can you please PM me the link? Thanks
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Here is what he posted (minus the space he took out)

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Here is what he posted (minus the space he took out)

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Thanks, I have google these files but can't find them

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copy the CM5.0.8 for N1 calendar & provider apk to your phone, and install them via file manager or app-installer and verify that the calendar works, once it does, if you want to move them to /system/app go ahead, just reboot one last time if you do.

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Here is Cyanogen'd forum and N1 stable eclair to pull the calendar. I assume these are the same based off the post he reference, no guarantee from me though.
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Here is Cyanogen'd forum and N1 stable eclair to pull the calendar. I assume these are the same based off the post he reference, no guarantee from me though.


It doesn't say anything about calendar on the post.
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the apk's are in the cyanogen rom zip. download the whole zip file from cyanogen (5.08 is the lastest eclair rom) and extract. apk's are in the /system/app folder
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Even better, here is a post I just found with the stock TW Calendar app, plus others: found here, thanks to the3dman
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Even better, here is a post I just found with the stock TW Calendar app, plus others: found here, thanks to the3dman

Thanks a bunch bro! I downloaded Calander provider Apk and Odex and Calander Apk and Odex.zip, but it wont let me install.
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Thanks a bunch bro! I downloaded Calander provider Apk and Odex and Calander Apk and Odex.zip, but it wont let me install.

You must use adb or root explorer to "install" them. You cant just install them like a regular apk.

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adb push whatever.apk /system/app/ (do the same with the .odex file)

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Just copy the files from your sd to the system folder and reboot.

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